In my bachelor’s thesis, we focused on the painting Allegory of Spring, which was painted in baroque era, around the year 1700. It is documented with inventory number MSAZU/79 and is part of a cycle of four paintings called the Four Seasons, all painted by unknown author. Paintings are from the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SAZU) collection. We presented the artwork artistically and compared it with the other paintings from the Four Seasons cycle. We also pointed out the possibility of using templates in the creation of works of art and illustrated this with examples. We wrote down the condition of the painting and performed the graphic documentation. We took five samples from the painting. At the Natural Science Department of the Restoration Center, the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia (ZVKDS RC), the former were analyzed and the materials used in the picture were determined. As part of the practice, we prepared samples and determined the stratigraphy. On the surface of the painting, we performed tests of the solubility of dirt, yellowed varnish, retouching, and overpaintings. Based on these, the reports of conservation and restoration interventions of other paintings from the cycle, and the reports from natural science analyses, we prepared the guidelines for conservation and restoration work on the surface of the painting. In addition, we compared the condition of the paintings, the use of materials, and the procedures of conservation and restoration interventions.